Monthly Archives: March 2011

Monday Maps: On The Move

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Tweet This week on Monday Maps, we’re looking at an intriguing interactive representation of where Americans are moving within the US. Click a location to see the black lines, representing an inbound move, and the red lines, representing an outbound one. Heavier lines represent more […]

Monday Maps: Google’s College Basketball Tournament 2011

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Tweet We’re big infographics nerds here at Zeitgeist, and we love interactive maps so much we’re going to feature them on a weekly basis. ¬†Welcome to Monday Maps! For this first installment, I wanted to showcase a map about another of my big loves: March […]

Interviews with Smart People: Paul Fugelsang, Psychotherapist

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“You’re communicating with one another through a glowing screen and practicing the craft in ways that were unthinkable a short time ago. Every client I’ve seen online seems to agree, however, that the initial awkwardness fades away quickly as the therapeutic relationship takes center stage. I practice a mindfulness-based type of therapy so throughout a session I ask my clients to be curious about their experience in the moment and share that curiosity with me. Working together through our computers provides a different element of phenomena to explore, which in turn provides its own richness.”

The Kids are Alright (Without These 5 Obsolete Technologies)

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Tweet My husband is easily moved by objects such as the blue translucent Motorola pager he used to stay connected back when he first moved to Brooklyn in the early 90s. ¬†He saves it, along with Walkmen, Diskmen and other paperweights, in a clear plastic […]